Concert Premiere in 2021
" A piano suite with recording tape and digital imaginaries."
NO. 1 Snow
NO. 2 Sand
NO. 3 Asphalt
NO. 5 Mars
"Mix and blur the sounds that have surrounded me: distant construction, simple household sounds, and even the nearby sounds of nature in an urban environment with virtuosic piano technique. "
''External and internal spaces began to blend, allowing the mind to sink into the place where dreams, memories, and fragments of our previous selves were waiting to be unearthed and brought into the light.''
''Each piece projects an ongoing present, expressing moments with particular shapes and phenomenons.''
How Deep is the Valley
"The piece is for piano and electronics that juxtaposes high-register pentatonic with low-register whole-tone harmonic colors. It is a brief meditation on insignificance and displacement, as if from the view of a nomad with no place to rest, interacting with a Max MSP app to process the amplified piano."
LE NUOVE FORME
''LE NUOVE FORME is a long, continuous, but not linear process in which the composer explored the potential of an object-oriented composition method, musically speaking a dialogue between evolution and motionlessness.''
''In her work she is interested in exploring a momentary nature of time and space, and the conflicting forces that shape land and humans.''
"Unlike European landscape paintings, in Japanese landscape paintings, by placing “ma” in the center of the painting, it expresses the distinctive spatio-temporal aesthetics found in Japanese expressions. Mu Absence seeks to identify the imperceptible within the degrading reverberations between two notated sounds of the piano. The multi media work explores the Japanese homonym with meanings such as "nothing", "dream", and "naught"."
The piece is based on a poem by Frank O'Hara and it is a melancholic exploration of every day sounds (where sometimes musical instruments are treated as ‘found’ sounds). At times ambient, other times insistent, the record forms an arc of snapshots, a suspended, static document of five days in the composer’s life in the studio.